If i have a concern about the board can i call the state and ask them to admend the board of Parole laws
You can defiantly contact the relevant office (citizens are their boss after all). You would likely want to contact your local state representatives to the state legislature and not the state congressional or senate representative to the federal legislature. Written letters have a bit more impact than email or phone calls. Also, you might find others that feel the same and send a joint letter.
If you are interested in amending the statutes regarding the Board of Parole, then you need to contact your state legislator. He or she would be the one who could introduce a bill to change those statutes. If you are interested in a specific case before the Board, and you think it was decided wrongly, then you can contact the Board itself to express your opinion. If you are the person in front of the Board, and feel you were treated incorrectly, then you will need an attorney to appeal.
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